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No takers for Hamilton East Ward seat

With just 13 days to go until nominations close, no one has yet officially put their hand up to fill the the...

Robinson appointed to High Court

Auckland Barrister Michael Robinson (pictured) has been appointed a Judge of the High Court, Attorney‑General David Parker announced today.

Heritage street set for makeover

A major upgrade to one of Christchurch's most treasured heritage streets is a step closer with a contractor appointed by Christchurch City...

Surprise find in North Shore excavation

Iron pipes that helped supply Auckland's North Shore with water more than 100 years ago have been rediscovered during works in Killarney Park in...

Vaccine deep freeze underway

A South Island hub and 17 new ultra-low temperature freezers will help further prepare New Zealand for the ramp up of the...

Auckland Mill Road decision slammed by local leaders

The Government’s announcement ending Auckland's Mill Road project has disappointed local leaders. Auckland Deputy Mayor and Franklin Ward Councillor,...

New motorcycles to lighten Police load

NZ Police is modernising its motorcycle fleet with the introduction of safer, lighter and more carbon-efficient motorbikes.  The purpose-built...

International sting deals huge blow to organised crime with 35 arrests and $3.7m in assets seized

New Zealand Police, in coordination with international law enforcement agencies, has delivered a massive blow to organised crime in New Zealand and...

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